2019 Pacific Arts Integration Conference has ended
Conference hashtag #2019PAIC

The Pacific Arts Integration Conference will be held in Sacramento, California at the beautiful McClatchy High School. Guided by experienced Teaching artists and administrators from the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC,  educators will explore the meaning and practice of arts integration in schools. This conference features hands-on workshops and practical approaches to implementing arts-integrated instruction.  Come to learn and share about this powerful and innovative approach to teaching.

Arts integration, with its focus on creativity and connections between art forms and curricular areas, has been shown to improve student engagement and achievement. A growing movement of schools worldwide have adopted it as a central feature of instruction.

Take advantage of group pricing to give your team an affordable opportunity to learn and share best practices with hundreds of other innovative educators from around the country. For groups of 20 or more registrants, email info@innovativeschoolsnetwork.com to get this special pricing details.

Lodging Recommendations 

Hyatt Sacramento

Sheraton Sacramento

The Sawyer

A shuttle will be provided to and from the conference venue in the morning and afternoon with pick up from the hotels listed above at the 

PAIC Shuttle Bus Pick up / Drop Off
Sacramento Convention Center
Loading Zone
1400 J Street
Sacramento, CA 95814

Parking is available in the lot at the entrance of the building. Overflow parking will be in the student parking lot accessed at the south end of the building.

Conference Venue
McClatchy High School | 3066 Freeport Boulevard | Sacramento, CA 95818

Unable to attend and need to cancel your registration? View the - Cancellation Policy
Please direct all questions to info@innovativeschoolsnetwork.com

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